Teach EDUCATION courses at the freshman and sophomore curriculum levels, in accordance with the established
course outlines of record and consistent with college standards. This includes organizing instruction to achieve
course and program learning outcomes. (FPCC Catalog on-line at http://www.fpcc.edu)
Advise EDUCATION students, approximately 10 to 15 hours monthly, during the semester.
Assist in curriculum development in the EDUCATION program.
Attend monthly faculty meetings and participate in the college faculty senate and the program learning outcomes
team as assigned.
Participate in the faculty evaluation process and student retention initiatives.
Keep up-to-date on EDUCATION (including techniques of effective learning), through professional development
The term of employment is Fall Semester and Spring Semester.
Successful experience teaching at a community college or with adult learners
Experience with multimedia instructional techniques, e-learning, and distance technologies and their application
A Master’s Degree in EDUCATION is preferred, bachelor’s degree required. Degrees must be from an institution
accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education.
Documented successful college teaching experience in EDUCATION is required; one year minimum.
Related professional experience and activity in American Indian communities.
Demonstrated ability to relate to students and staff of varied ethnicity, especially American Indian students, and a
commitment to a culturally diverse educational environment.
Appreciation and respect for students (including adult students) and their role and responsibility in the learning
Demonstrated commitment to the philosophy and mission of the tribal community college.
Experience with MOODLE.
~All new applicants are subject to a Pre-Employment Drug Screening & Background Check~